I spend too long with the news. On my phone. On the laptop. When I have an excess of spare time, I even watch it on the TV, although only Channel 4. That is, if the downtime is between seven to eight during the week. It is hard to avoid listening to updates on theContinue reading “Nu, what about the news?”
We lapsed into singing The Automatic’s ‘What’s that coming over the hill, Is it a Rabbi…”
You can still hold hands if someone is wearing rubber gloves; you can still laugh or smile wearing a face mask.
After that last election, the one which brought the clown and his Merry Pranksters to power I deleted news and Social Media apps from my phone; it was only with the arrival of Covid that I allowed them back in.
Jemima, a little more oxygen running through her arteries, her blood-pressure moderately increased is admitted to hospital.
The thing about the Sgurr is that from below it looks frightening.
Sink your teeth into the prickly pear And wait. Matzoh balls And Un-leavened cakes. I was always puzzled, Why Sponge cake was OK But Not carrot or coffee walnut for that matter. *Passover mystery
Rod’s Blogs, Poems, etc. Table of Contents I search for meaning. 6 ‘Behavioural’ 8 10 Years. 10 10 years. 11 99+. 13 1559 days. 15 A response to Henry. 17 A tale of two times?. 18 Acute. 20 Advance Care Plan, Human Rights & I want what I want 23 alea iacta est 25 AllContinue reading “Blogs, Poems, etc 2017”
We were on the Isle of Bute Across from Wemyss Bay I think it was Easter. Erica’s dog A beautiful Ridgeback Called Simba Was off the lead. There was no one around Except for the sheep Who took flight towards the Clyde. Beautiful scene Not like you get in England. Peaceful, silent,Continue reading “This is part two.”
Easdale – pronounced ‘Ease-d’l’ by the locals I spent a week with my family on the tiny slate island of Easdale over Easter. I don’t have much to say about the place other than it was beautiful, the trip from Seil with the friendly ferrymen took five minutes and we transported our bags from theContinue reading “Easdale”